"Today, I want to talk about three big games that have disappeared off of the face of the planet and could possibly end up launching on PS5." -- PlayStation Enthusiast
I doubt WiLD is even in production anymore. Ancel is working on Beyond 2 atm. FFVII will be cross gen, PS4 and PS5, just like most games in a couple years.
I hope you are wrong, Wild is my most anticipated game
The avengers is a multiplaform game so thats up to SE if it's a current or next gen, in other words its release has nothing to do with ps5 or Sony. Same goes for FFVII even if its exclusive to PS (afaic). As for Wild I have absolutely no idea what's going on with the game. Its been years since we got an update so its either going through development hell or its ambition/scope exceeds current gens capabilities. As always, time (yes, more) will tell.
Final Fantasy VII Remake was announced as being a timed PlayStation 4 exclusive - "Play it first on PlayStation 4". Final Fantasy XII launched in the UK on PS2 a mere few months before the PS3 launched. If the FFVII Remake is still on for this gen then I expect it to be released on PS4 just before the PS5 hits, or maybe even just after. Square Enix won't won't to miss out on those millions of PS4's in people's homes.
I expect all ps4 games to be playable on ps5 so there's no question here.
FF7 will definitely be on PS5. The real question is will it be on PS4? Most likely just be cross gen.
ff7 rehash belongs to the same category as star citizen: vaporware.
WILD will probably never be released now that BG&E 2 is a thing.
Avengers is multi platform so I doubt it
Wild was revealed at Sony’s 2014 Gamescom press conference, FF7 remake and Shenmue 3 are from that mitic (terrible) 2015 E3, the day Sony starts to show games that are release in a two year window that's the day I will start to enjoy there presentations.
Guess you missed Infamous Second Son, The Order, Bloodborne, HZD, Knack 2, Entwined ect?
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